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Flooding in Broxtowe

Broxtowe is a beautiful part of the country, especially given how we have the River Trent flowing through, and Attenborough Nature Reserve, on our doorstep. This also means that we were largely affected by the flooding that has happened in the recent weeks, with the addition of Strom Ciara and St

New Openings in Beeston

An important aspect of our local economy is the businesses, that will thrive and result in the creation of more jobs and prosperity for Broxtowe and I was delighted to officially open and welcome a new business in Beeston - Unitel Direct.

Veterans' Railcard

A veteran myself, I am excited to see the Veterans Railcard being available from Armistice Day 2020 🇬🇧

A big card for a big policy with 1/3 off the rail fares for veterans and our families. 

Rest assured, when issued I am sure it will be of a more usable size😉

National Apprenticeship Week

The 3rd to 9th of February was National Apprenticeship Week, which celebrated not only the apprenticeship community and the good work that is done, but also the impact and benefits of apprenticeships on individuals, employers, and the economy.

First PMQ about the QMC

I had the opportunity to ask my first question to the Prime Minister during PMQs, where I raised an issue that is vital for us in Broxtowe and asked about the £5 million seed funding for the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and the re-development of the Queen’s Medical Centre, which you

Brexit Celebrations

The 31st of January 2020 was an iconic day. After nearly 4 years, at 11pm, Britain officially withdrew from the European Union. We are an independent and sovereign nation. I know many of you have been waiting with bated breath for this moment, perhaps feeling as if it would never happen.

11 Downing Street

Today I met with Sajid Javid the Chancellor at 11 Downing Street to stress the importance of the business rate review to help people start and grow businesses in Broxtowe.

Meeting with Policing Minister

With other Conservative Notts MPs talking to Policing Minister Kit Malthouse MP about policing priorities in our county and ensuring that Nottinghamshire Police gets its fair share of increased funding & officers.

Supporting Local Sports Renovations

Fantastic to see Sarah Green earlier today, who is pioneering by raising funds with Trent Vale Community Sports Association and the Football Foundation to renovate Plessey Sports & Social Club, in Beeston Rylands to make it into a multi sport site with full disabled access.